Paper 16.314

Q. Li et al., "Study on the Basic Pattern of Man's Trousers in Southwest Area Based on 3D Scanning Data", in Proc. of 7th Int. Conf. on 3D Body Scanning Technologies, Lugano, Switzerland, 2016, pp. 314-321,


Study on the Basic Pattern of Man's Trousers in Southwest Area
Based on 3D Scanning Data


Qin LI, Xu LI, Longlin ZHANG

College of Textile & Garment, Southwest University, Chongqing, China


The research of clothing structure design is based on the structure of human body, which establishes closer links with the data relations. As the important part of bottoms, the trousers has changed with less area of styles, and its fit and beautiful appearance are particularly important. The aim of this research is to alter 3D scanning data information, and transmit it into the way of 2D templates to research the trousers pattern. Through gathering the 3D human data about 500 young men whose age is 18-25 years in Southwest Area, the article extracted 31 key parts of the related data to be turned into 2D pattern, which aim is to reconstruct the basic pattern of male trousers. The first stage is using SPSS software to calculate and analyze the data, and establishing the database of young men lower body model. The second stage is fitting the ergonomics relationship between body shape and pants structure by extracting the point-cloud of key parts, such as crotch curve arc, the cross-section of waist, abdomen and hip, and ham root girth and so on, to reconstruct its model of shape relationship. The last stage is building the basic database of trousers in different regions, size and type, to satisfy the requirement of fit and comfortable with people in the future.


Full paper: 16.314.pdf
Proceedings: 3DBST 2016, 30 Nov.-1 Dec. 2016, Lugano, Switzerland
Pages: 314-321
DOI: 10.15221/16.314

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